PRESENTER: Dr. Corinne Hohl is an associate Professor in UBC’s Department of Emergency Medicine, scientist at the Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation, and an associate member of UBC’s School of Population and Public Health. She practices emergency medicine at Vancouver General Hospital.
Dr. Hohl’s main interests are in patient safety, health systems innovations and drug safety and effectiveness. She has developed and evaluated clinical and health systems interventions to improve care for patients with adverse drug events. She is presently working on a provincial initiative to improve adverse drug event reporting, and integrate these data into electronic medical records and provincial information systems to improve patient safety, expand population-level data on adverse drug events, and develop a provincial surveillance platform.
Dr. Hohl was the recipient of a Best Paper Award from the American College of Emergency Physicians in 2011, a CIHR New Investigator Award in 2012, and a CIHR Foundation Grant in 2016.
DATE: Wednesday, May 12, 2021
TIME: 12:00 – 13:00 Pacific Daylight Time PDT [UTC -7 convert to your local time]
CME CREDITS: MainPro+/MOC Section 1 credits: 1.0. You must register, attend the webinar and complete the evaluation in order to receive your certificate.
- Discuss the epidemiology of clinically significant adverse drug events
- Discuss the importance of integrating health information technologies
- Discuss the design of two randomized controlled trials that will test the incremental effect of automating information continuity around adverse drug events